The Former Residence of Liang Shi-Qiu on Yunhe Street in Taipei City is a one-story 81-ping (i.e. 267m2) classic wooden structure. After its inauguration in 1933 as the dormitory for Category-3 high-ranking officials in the Japanese colonial period the house was taken over in 1951 by the National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) to accommodate the teaching staff of the school rsquo;s Department of Economic Management. Liang moved into the house when he was appointed the Head of NTNU rsquo;s Department of English in 1952. Considering Liang rsquo;s far-reaching influence as a great educator editor of English-Chinese dictionaries and high school English textbooks his former residence was therefore listed among Taipei City rsquo;s cultural assets in 2003 to commemorate his standing as a paragon teacher.